Hera in Greek mythology (or Juno in Roman mythology) is the goddess of marriage, life, and the family. She is the daughter of Cronos and Rhéa. She is the wife and sister of Zeus with whom she had children Ares, Hebe, and Ilithyie.
Among the deities of Mount Olympus, she is the only married goddess. She is the goddess of legitimate marriage. The Greeks respect it and consider it as the protector of the fertility of couples.